New York, NY (PRWEB) January 12, 2017 -- As part of their commitment to bring a greater level of transparency to the interior design industry, Décor Aid is now offering complimentary in-person consultations in New York, San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, Boston and Washington DC. The interior design industry has a reputation for obtuse business practices, and exorbitant costs. Décor Aid’s mission is to counteract this with luxurious, affordable designs, and unambiguous pricing.
“We are bringing accessibility and transparency to the world of high-end design,” said Décor Aid CEO Sean Juneja. “Our designers are highly experienced in the world of luxury home design, and provide their services at an attainable price point. We disclose all of our design costs upfront, and use a transparent fee structure. All of our designer discounts are passed on to our clients, and this savings often exceeds our design fees.”
All of Décor Aid’s complimentary consultations take place in person with one of the firm’s full-time, in-house designers. Each client receives a proposal that is tailored to their specific needs.
From lofts in TriBeCa to estates in Connecticut, Décor Aid has completed more than 800 luxury home redesigns since 2014. The firm’s variety of expertise has been featured in publications such as Elle Décor, House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, New York Magazine, HGTV, and many more.
Décor Aid negotiates trade-only discounts with retail stores, trade vendors, and furniture fabricators. All of these discounts are passed on to their clients, and are up to 50% less than retail prices. An exclusive network of contractors allows Décor Aid to connect their clients with artisans of the highest order, guaranteeing a seamless home transformation.
Deliveries and orders are handled by Décor Aid’s dedicated project management and purchasing teams. And in case an issue arrises with a contractor or vendor, Décor Aid’s customer service team is available for assistance, 7 days a week.
About Décor Aid
Sean Juneja and Markus Weber met a decade ago when they were colleagues in London. After they both relocated to New York for work, they realized that accessing great interior design was far too complicated and expensive. So, they founded Décor Aid to make luxurious interior design effortless and accessible.
The New York City based firm now offers its interior design services in San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, Washington DC, Boston and London.
Sean Juneja, Decor Aid, http://www.decoraid.com, +1 212.334.1034, [email protected]
SOURCE Decor Aid